UK Health Newswire Archive
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05-02-2006 12:34Press told on January 13th 2006 about two burglars having entered a shopping mall Anttila in Vantaa. Obviously burglars were about to do some X-mas shopping, but were caught on the spot. At Haaga, while police were about to arrest thieves, did the thieves manage to crush few police vehicles from grape into raisin; “Police took six shots towards the direction the thief was” . “The cop simply walked next to him and shot in a short range."
Setting out from the usual meeting place [Outside the Savoy Cinema on Derby Road, meet at 5.30pm] 'twas a dark, wet and oh so very cold. But a fair few turned up to take part .....
We will do a public information stall at this time, then at 2-30 we will hand in a letter of objection to Arup who are working on the first stage of the widening project.
28-01-2006 11:20Bechtel which has been controversially awarded reconstruction contracts in Iraq is now setting its sights on the £15bn City led Crossrail scheme after the abuse of taxpayers money over the tube. UK politicians and the media refused to consider how much it will cost taxpayers as it is seen as a Millennium Dome
27-01-2006 22:40Incinerator in Nottingham breaks emission limits
MP, Peers and representatives of organisations concerned with asbestos disease were given an update of the past 6 months in the Spodden Valley.
26-01-2006 22:40The cows were back in town today when Sainsburys tried to have an uneventful champagne launch of a new store in North West London.
26-01-2006 00:21A number of Bayer AG promotions for its hemophilia treatment Kogenate FS were misleading because they failed to include ample information about risks and directions for use, U.S. regulators said in a letter released on Tuesday.
25-01-2006 07:34DWP Secretary John Hutton has announced plans to force 1 M diabled people and long-term chronically ill into work. Those who refuse work-focused interviews and other "rehabilitation" will have the benefit docked. He will aslo put spies in GP surgeries - this has already begun!
There is a protest today against Dr Simon Wessely, one of the main people behind the "no one is really chronically ill it's just in their minds" school of thought.
24-01-2006 18:28According to an article in the Australian Courier Mail, workers at the Purely Blue brothel in Brisbane have been looking forward to the arrival a US aircraft carrier carrying around 6000 crew
24-01-2006 09:31I had always understood that when my GP was making an assessment of any illness I presented, he would base his judgement on his medical skills and experience. Under new government proposals this may no longer be the case.
22-01-2006 14:15The East Anglia Social Forum to focus on the crisis in the NHS and alternatives to the market
20-01-2006 19:37Prof Simon Wessely is employed by the MoD and NATO and heavily backed by corporate interests to deny the reality of chronic illnesses such as ME/CFS, Gulf War Illness, Lyme Disease, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and others.
Protest WED 25 Jan 5:30pm Gresham College Holborn, London
19-01-2006 22:39Within the next ten days the European Commission is seeking approval by the Member States to authorise a number of dangerous pesticides* for use within Europe - several of which are mutagenic, hormone disrupting or toxic to reproduction